Event Title

Using Feedforward and Peer Review to Teach

Presenter Information

Taryn Marks, Stanford University

Start Date

13-5-2022 8:30 AM

End Date

13-5-2022 10:00 AM

Document Type

Presentation

Description

In this session, attendees will explore the highly-effective teaching techniques of feedforward instruction and peer review. Using transactional law research examples, attendees will discuss the techniques’ strengths, weaknesses, pedagogical purposes, and best practices. Attendees will then be given instructions, resources, and time to adapt the techniques for their own purposes and classes.

Speaker Bio

Taryn Marks works as the Associate Director of Research & Instructional Services at the Robert Crown Law Library at Stanford Law School. She has taught Advanced Legal Research-Transactional, Advanced Legal Research, and Legal Research, both at Stanford and in her previous role as Faculty Services Librarian at the University of Florida. She has written about various teaching techniques and is currently working on an approach to transactional law research pedagogy.

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May 13th, 8:30 AM May 13th, 10:00 AM

Using Feedforward and Peer Review to Teach

In this session, attendees will explore the highly-effective teaching techniques of feedforward instruction and peer review. Using transactional law research examples, attendees will discuss the techniques’ strengths, weaknesses, pedagogical purposes, and best practices. Attendees will then be given instructions, resources, and time to adapt the techniques for their own purposes and classes.